Monday, February 29, 2016
    MIDDLETON, WI - February 29, 2016 - Do you enjoy craft beer in cans? Is a 12 Pack too much? Now you can have it both ways with many of Capital Brewery’s award winning beers in 6 Pack cartons!

    Capital Wisconsin Amber, Maibock, Supper Club, Ghost Ship, and Mutiny IPA are now available in both 12 pack cans and 6 pack cans.

    The high resolution cartons feature convenient finger holds and gives the 6 packs a great look plus it eliminates using plastic caps or rings!

    “Six pack cans are the fastest growing package configuratition in the craft beer world right now. In 2015 craft cans more than doubled in sales posting a +104% increase. Craft consumers are telling us they want a 6 pack can for the convience,” added Corey Wehling, Vice President of Sales.

    A major benefit to beer in cans is that no light or oxygen are able to get to the beer, and craft consumers are understanding the benefit of this more and more.

    Founded on March 14, 1984, Capital brewed its first batch of beer in the spring of 1986. The company has received over 235 major awards in both domestic and international competitions in over 15 categories, and Wisconsin Amber has been available in cans since 1997. Capital was named Grand National Champion in the 2013 US Open Beer Championship, winning six medals.

    Posted by Wisconsin Brewers Guild at 3:43 PM | 0 comments

Door County Brewing Company Introduces Le printemps Farmhouse Ale
Friday, February 19, 2016

    Baileys Harbor, WI, February 19, 2016 – Door County Brewing Company will release a new, limited time farmhouse ale on March 1. This spring seasonal, Le printemps, is the third in line, following L’automne and L’hiver, the brewery’s fall and winter ales.

    “We decided to go a completely traditional route with the recipe development for
    Le printemps,” said Head Brewer Danny McMahon. “This should make it stand out from our two previous seasonal releases, in which we took more liberty in experimentation.”

    According to McMahon, its incorporation of rye, oats, and spelt, as well as a spicy Saaz hop aroma, contribute to the beer’s overall rustic nature. As a company that prides itself on its Belgian heritage, this brew is one more tip of the hat to local tradition.

    Le printemps will be available until May 1. Find it in Wisconsin and Minnesota stores and bars while the snow melts.

    Posted by Wisconsin Brewers Guild at 5:01 PM | 0 comments

Badger State Brewing Co. Begins Next Phase of Expansion and Renovation
Friday, February 12, 2016
    GREEN BAY - February 11, 2016 - Badger State Brewing Co. has begun a 9,500 square foot expansion and renovation project to be completed in June 2016 , which will include an event hall, building additions, and expansion of production equipment.

    The event hall is planned to accommodate larger scale events including weddings, corporate gatherings and community events with a capacity to seat up to 400 and allow up to 1,000 standing. The space will also feature a dedicated beer bar, catering prep room, outdoor patio, and an exclusive view into the brewery’s new barrel aging room housing an expanded portfolio of barrel aged beers.

    In addition, the completed expansion is projected to create twelve additional jobs over the next year. Project management and coordination is being managed by local construction firm Rodac.

    Posted by Wisconsin Brewers Guild at 2:21 PM | 0 comments

Door County Brewing Company Announces Sponsorship of Professional Mountain Bike Racer Cole House
Friday, February 5, 2016

    Baileys Harbor, WI – February 5, 2016 - Door County Brewing Company proudly announces a multi-year sponsorship with mountain bike racer, Cole House. The collaboration is the first professional athlete sponsorship for the brewery and will be the exclusive beer sponsor for House.

    The new sponsorship inspired the creation of House’s new race team, “Door County Brewing Co./Broken Spoke Race Team.” The sponsorship will include House appearing in three annual local Door County rides. In addition to local races, House will proudly wear the Door County Brewing Co. logos on all of his kits as well as his bikes. “This sponsorship was critical for me to achieve my goal of competing at the highest level of Mountain Bike racing, with my sights set on qualifying for the 2016 World Championships,” says House. “It was a perfect fit for both myself and the brewery with their commitment to supporting silent sports - the timing was just right.”

    House, 28, is from Oneida, WI and is a member of the Oneida Nation in Wisconsin. He began racing bikes at age 10, winning his first Elite race at the age of 16. He began professionally racing in 2009 competing in Europe as a member of the USA Cycling under-23 National Road Cycling Team for four years. In addition to the USA cycling team, he raced as a member of the BMC Racing Team for two years. A four-time winner of Ore 2 Shore, House is currently the 2015 Wisconsin Off-Road Series (WORS) Champion. His most recent wins include first place in the 3 Shelltrack Series in Manitowoc, WI on January 23. House’s next race will be the Koldwave Race held at Snowkraft Nordic in Sturgeon Bay on Saturday, February 6.

    “House is not only an outstanding mountain bike racer, but an outstanding young man as well,” says John McMahon, Founder and CEO of Door County Brewing Co. “I knew right away when I met him that we were going to make something happen together and we are privileged to be able to help Cole continue his climb to the top of the sport. The partnership is also a great way for us to get our brand out in the mountain bike community while making a serious investment in the sport.”

    Posted by Wisconsin Brewers Guild at 5:36 PM | 0 comments


Feel free to contact us with questions and/or comments.